Originally Posted by JamesBill
That for the most part, the rule rings true. In life and in football, someone who starts off as bad as #25 does, very rarely makes these types of improvements.
Or could it be that #25 was never bad to start with.
Think about that for a moment.
The Texans have finally been proven that they had been pretty good with their draft choice.
What is it that the Texans scouts and coaches saw in KJax when they drafted him?
A BAD player?
For them to go out and select a BAD player with their first round pick makes as much sense as... well, it doesn't any sense.